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Author Topic: ISO Equity/Credit Partner  (Read 2345 times)

Offline CommonCents

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ISO Equity/Credit Partner
« on: November 28, 2006, 11:09:07 am »
Hello everyone,

How do I find a credit/money partner in exchange for equity in the biz/properties acquired?  

Thanks in advance,
Joyce

Offline DeeinAustin

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Re:ISO Equity/Credit Partner
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2006, 11:06:52 pm »
Check the "Investor Resources" section in the left-hand column on this site or with your local investment club.
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Offline markoarko

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Re:ISO Equity/Credit Partner
« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2006, 10:25:15 pm »
In addition to clubs, my preferred method is to approach those whom I percieve to be bigger players than I in the real estate game.

In my market, simply by doing a tax search in our MLS system, with a little finess one can find out who owns several properties.

It may seem a little bold (trust me I have sizable stones), but I have found that that sort of boldness, essentially cold calling the bigger players in the several markets I deal in, find it appealing that I am willing to

1 reach out
2 allow them to help evaluate the prospective deal
3 and ultimately they have consistently put me in touch with thier banker/investors/ point people

And all of those things simply ad to my "stock" and experience as an investor.

As a final thought, looking back at my decade long ride in hands on real estate investing, its always been better (for me) to have an experienced real estate partner than a non-experienced one.

Offline CommonCents

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Re:ISO Equity/Credit Partner
« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2006, 11:01:30 pm »
Thank you both.  Ideas are the mother of invention... but why re-invent the wheel when asking the question can point me in the right directions?  

Again... thanks! ;)

 




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